Jody Lloyd

Jody Lloyd is a New Zealand electronica and hip-hop musician and record producer from Christchurch. He is the brother of Cloudboy vocalist Demarnia Lloyd, and the two siblings have frequently appeared on each other's recordings. In 1993 Lloyd formed the group Dark Tower, a two-piece featuring himself and Eli Foley (under the pseudonyms "The Earl" and "The Eel" respectively). Dark Tower released their first EP, Real Zealmen in 1995, followed by the critically acclaimed Shadows on a Flat Land in 1998, the first release on Lloyd's own She'll Be Right label. Shadows on a Flat land featured collaborations with a swag of Christchurch musicians including his father, sister, Jeremy Taylor, Mark (DUFF) Duff and Claire Falloon. Mark Duff Shared production duties on the EP and engineered the production. More Dark Tower albums followed, with Canterbury Drafts in 2001 (nominated for best New Zealand hip hop album of the year 2001, NZ Music Awards), and The Dark World and The Pacific Scandal, both in 2005.

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